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|One focus of Christian Education for the LCH children during Lent was preparation for a Seder meal on Palm Sunday. Here are some pictures from that day.
In the weeks before Palm Sunday, children and their parents practiced telling the Seder story and decorated placemats and cups for the meal during their Sunday School classes.
On Palm Sunday, the meal began with prayers and the lighting of candles.
As the children remember the tears of the slaves, everyone has his own reaction to the bitter greens dipped in salt water.
One child reads the questions of the innocent child: “Why is this night different from all other nights? Why do we eat unleavened bread?”
As the meal ends, one child reminds us all to tell the story of the Passover to even the smallest child.
At the end of the meal, children recognized the parents and teachers who taught them about the Passover and the Seder meal.
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